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Carnivore Recipes

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Garpal Gumnut, May 9, 2019.

  1. Garpal Gumnut

    Garpal Gumnut

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    Trigger Warning.

    If you are not a carnivore please go no further.

    Let us start with chicken. Also called chook in Australia for those still familiar with the vernacular.

    It is important to starve the chook for 12 hours before commencing, and wait for some time after it's demise before cooking

    Some good advice from this link on Preparation.

    http://www.backyardpoultry.com/articles/chicken_for_food.pdf

    gg
     
  2. HelloU

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    Rocky Mountain Oysters

    find some testicles, deep-fry after being peeled and coated in flour.
    pepper and salt.
     
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    Bull testicles usually, for the squeamish.

    Yum yum

    The recipe.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rocky_Mountain_oysters

    Mrs Gumnut is still chasing a cock that has just begun to crow this week around the chook run and it is dark, so I will call her back for our Shepherds Pie and continue the saga of preparing a chook tomorrow.

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  4. HelloU

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    roosters have testicles

    ( i am not writing the word penis as i am weaning myself off them - someone said recently that i had a 'penis' fixation after i only mentioned them once - i have now said 'testicle' twice and am not sure what that means )
     
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    Roosters do have testes, but they are difficult to harvest and would not provide much sustenance. From Dr. Harry Google B.Vet.

    Weaning oneself off penises is wise. Saying testes twice is hyperbole.

    Testes. A rooster does not have an external scrotum; however, he does have testes. Located high in the abdominal cavity in front of the kidney and near the backbone, the two bean-shaped testes consist of many slender ducts. The lining of these ducts produces sperm

    Tucking in to Shepherds Pie.

    A good recipe for same.

    https://www.recipetineats.com/shepherds-pie/

    gg
     
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    Going to start a chook pen mainly for fresh organic eggs, so this is all related useful information.

    Also good that you started this thread GG, there should be some balance restored from all the Vego's taking over the ASF. My opinion is meat/fish/poultry should be consumed in moderation or in minimal amounts but it's an important component of a "balanced diet" in the food pyramid.
     
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    We are off to a flying start on this thread. I am already laughing my head off from the above posts, getting the 'sense of humor' between the lines...
     

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  8. Joules MM1

    Joules MM1 ....everything has an art

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    wow, instant man-cave trip this one...

    altho it is important to get a good handful of nuts in ones diet (cough)
     
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    While reading the Times of London this morning with a glass of champagne I noted an article on a study that purported to show that women who ate a handful of nuts in the first trimester of pregnancy bore children with an IQ of more than 130.

    Nuts go well with many carniverous meals.

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  10. HelloU

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    they are very grounding ......
    mine come with free mice, and so free snakes, all ok. it is the free foxes that are the problem. a high door with a ladder with every second rung missing is good (foxes cannot climb ladders) but still religiously lock at dusk .... the record is 9 taken in one night.
     
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    Snakes are delicious. I had a snake stew with tomatoes onions and stock with fresh herbs. It tastes like fish, delicious! I would be more than happy to dispatch a snake (yes I know they are protected). :)
     
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    I agree Ann, though I have only ever had snake once, and it does taste fishy.

    Carpet snakes on the other hand have had many of my chooks, usually the young healthy ones bought in winter.

    It is levelling to know that the food chain does not go up in a straight line.

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    This was a good article. I live in the city and we are permitted to keep up to five chickens but only for laying. So no meat chickens.
    However this may be a good alternative and I imagine the dispatch rules would be the same for chickens.

    Learn How to Raise Pigeons for Meat
     
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    Lamb's brains. Get a set of lamb's brains from your butcher. Give them a bit of a rinse in cold water. Roll in flour, then dip in beaten egg, then roll in breadcrumbs. Fry with a couple of rashers of bacon then eat. Delicious and very good for you.
     
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    Knobby22 Mmmmmm 2nd breakfast

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    I've had pigeon at a Chinese restaurant. Bit chewy.
    I'd love to try guinea pig. Got them as pets so my kids would disown me but one day I might visit Peru where they are a standard.
     
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    There would also be no council restrictions on guinea pigs either. I just did a search for how they taste....
    I am thinking perhaps a fruit sauce to cut the fattiness, a berry or citrus sauce?
    What does Guinea Pig taste like?

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    Knobby22 Mmmmmm 2nd breakfast

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    Guinea pig (Cavies) as eaten by Jesus at the Last supper!

    We have had guinea pigs named, Hidey, Princess, Little One, Pippa (still going) and some others.
    They just hide, you can see where mammals came from with these creatures.
    Breed super fast, they can pump out 4 to 6 every 2 months, the young are weaned after 3 weeks. They make rabbits look slow, come out whole as miniature versions with hair and everything, cannot burrow or fight in any way, vegetarian, hide under leaves or anything they can find. snack packs for dinosaurs.
     
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    How long before meat/eating age would you think?
     
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